Terrence Park has lived mostly and gone to college in NJ, then moved to CA for his Masters’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MSAOM), and has now settled down in GA. After graduating college with a degree in Exercise Science and Sports Studies, Terrence started working with physical therapy clinics to enhance his knowledge in sports medicine. After years of experience working in the sports medicine field, helping young athletes with advanced 3D biomechanical technology, he learned about acupuncture’s growing popularity amongst professional athletes. His master’s degree training was focused on treating injuries and chronic pain, along with other physiological and pathological disorders. Terrence likes treating musculoskeletal (muscle and bone) issues combined with physical manual therapy, dry needling, acupuncture, stretching, and strengthening exercises. In addition to treatments, he firmly believes in educating patients to promote well-being and to reduce further harm and along with assessing potential risk factors.

In addition to working in the sports medicine field, Terrence likes to dabble in mechanical work and woodwork. Even as a child, he grew up loving to disassemble and repair anything that had motors or electrical components. He also enjoyed learning about building furniture and other structures, including houses. It is always great to learn a new skill or learn something new since there is always an opportunity for these new skills and knowledge to benefit you and others.

Acupuncturist, Dry Needling, Gua Sha, Shiatsu, Cupping

Language: English, Korean